Exclusive: No, the Duffer Brothers Are Not Leaving ‘Stranger Things’ After Season 3

Reports swirled earlier today that the future of Stranger Things may be in doubt, at least creatively, but it turns out there’s no truth to them. Despite rumors that Stranger Things creators/writers/directors Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer would be leaving the wildly popular Netflix series after Season 3, high-ranking sources close to the brothers tell Collider this is absolutely not the case—the Duffers are not leaving Stranger Things after Season 3. The move didn’t make much sense to begin with. Stranger Things is not only the Duffer Brothers’ baby, but they’re part of …

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Star Wars A New Hope ‘Burning Homestead’ Scene Created As LEGO Diorama


This is the Star Wars: A New Hope ‘burning homestead’ scene (aka the barbecue of Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru) recreated in LEGO by LEGOManiac ochre_jelly (previously: Leia choking Jabba out and Barb from Stranger Things, oh — and this kraken attacking a Star Destroyer). As relatively simple as it is, I feel like he was able to capture the complex emotions of the scene. But, you know, mostly just the charred remains of Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru.

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Urban Vault Interviews – COLL

Urban Vault caught up with Norwich, UK based emcee/producer COLL to ask him some questions about his music, collaborations, and inspirations

Influenced by Jay-Z, Kanye West, Wretch 32 & Timbaland to name a few. Norwich based MC/Producer COLL has been making his way up the ladder slowly but surely over the last few years. Having released 3 mixtapes and 1 LP since, since 2014, COLL has managed to receive support from Urban Vault UK, BBC introducing, Link Up TV and Complex UK to name a few.

He has supported acts Lethal Bizzle, Grime legend Sway, Hip Hop legends Jungle Brothers & in 2015 received a spot at the ‘BBC Radio 1’s’ Academy in Norwich. After releasing 20 freestyles for 20 weeks straight on his Youtube in 2016 COLL went on to have live shows for ILUVLIVE London with a full band, The Princes Trust & Epic Studios. On December 19th, 2017 COLL released the catchy and smooth single ‘Take it slow’. His second single ‘In My Lifetime’ was released on February 11th, 2018 via an exclusive premiere by Urban Vault UK and reached over 4,000 views in its first week. COLL will be releasing his first EP ‘Blue Magic’ on March 29th, 2018. Continue reading

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Stunning Winners of 2018 Birth Photography Contest Show How Amazing Moms Are

Best Birth Photography

Overall Winner & Overall People’s Choice Winner: Marijke Thoen of Marijke Thoen Geboortefotografie, “Stunning Siblings First Encounter”

Few experiences are as life-changing as giving birth. From the moment a mother discovers she’s pregnant to her baby’s first breath, it can be hard to express what this time means. But when words fail, birth photography ensures that the experience is beautifully immortalized; these specialty photographers capture maternity, labor, and life after the baby arrives. To highlight the very best in birth photography, Birth Becomes Her—a community of women passionate about the field—have just concluded their 2018 photo contest celebrating “real images of birth, breastfeeding, and motherhood.” Continue reading

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Incredible Installations Suspend Stormy Ocean Waves Indoors

Ocean Wave Art Installation by Miguel Rothschild


Berlin-based Argentinian artist Miguel Rothschild’s latest installation art captures the often stormy nature of the ocean and sky. Taking inspiration from poetry and biblical references, his installations titled Elegy and De Profundis are made by suspending large reams of printed fabric with transparent fishing wire. Both pieces cleverly play on perception, appearing as both the ocean or the sky, depending on the viewer’s position.

Elegy—named after a poem by Jorge Luis Borges—presents a strong sense of world-weariness. From the front, the dark blue ocean of fabric appears as though it’s about to crash over the viewer, with the fishing wire—weighed down by lead balls—appearing as heavy lashes of rain. From the back, the fabric transforms into a stormy gray cloud, where a model of a wet dog can be seen underneath it, curled up to keep warm. Continue reading

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